I’m also delighted to announce that Professor Meg Keen will be joining @LowyInstitute as the Director of the Pacific Islands Program in August. Meg’s career spans several decades across academia, intelligence and policymaking. She will lead a program of work core to our identity.
I’m delighted to announce that @SusannahCPatton has been appointed as the Director of the @LowyInstitute’s Southeast Asia Program. Her work has been vital to our understanding of the region, and the roles played by Australia and external powers within it. https://t.co/b2H5lfCtF5
"The war has turned into a complex, protracted slog with no clear outcome or end in sight," @ser_ou_parecer writes. "As the media spotlight moves away... people who are the most exhausted with the war – Ukrainians – continue to suffer." https://t.co/UV3RNIpj42
Far fewer Australians see Covid-19 as a threat in 2022, while more Australians support immigration and openness, and remain positive about globalisation and free trade - although optimism about the economy has fallen. Find out more: https://t.co/LcY9Rgbhu1
A majority of Australians continue to see climate change as a critical threat, and support more ambitious targets, Australia hosting a COP and introducing an emissions trade scheme or a carbon tax. The results of the 2022 Lowy Institute Poll are here: https://t.co/ZR5x6lJFXq
Most Australians are concerned about the potential for a Chinese military base in the Pacific, while supporting foreign aid for the Pacific. Find out what Australians think about the world in the 2022 Lowy Institute Poll: https://t.co/UhQfI9VKI5